Chairman Harvey Godwin Jr. with Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity
Lumbee Tribal Chairman Harvey Godwin was a guest speaker Friday afternoon as part of Phi Sigma Nu’s 11th annual Chief Convention held July 27-30 at UNC Pembroke (UNCP). Phi Sigma Nu (ΦΣΝ) is the oldest and largest American Indian fraternity in the United States. It was founded on Feb. 13, 1996 at UNCP. The fraternity has grown to almost 400 brothers and nine chapters. Its mission is to empower Native American men to collectively engage in academic, social, cultural and physical realms to promote and inspire growth in tribal families, tribal communities, the United States of America and the world at large. View the Phi Sigma Nu website to learn more about becoming a Nu Warrior.
Lumbee Tribal Chairman Harvey Godwin is shown with Lowery brothers and Phi Sigma Nu brothers, John and Jared Lowery of Wakulla. Godwin was a guest speaker Friday afternoon as part of Phi Sigma Nu’s 11th annual Chief Convention held July 27-30 at UNCP. Jared Lowery is a Lumbee Tribal Councilman.